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Lon Poff’s height is 6ft 2.5in (1.89 m)

Alonzo M. “Lon” Poff was an American film actor. He appeared in 98 films between 1917 and 1951. He was born in Bedford, Indiana, and died in Los Angeles, California. His grave is located in Glendale’s Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery.

Best Known For Movie: Isn’t Life Terrible?
Height: 6ft 2.5in (1.89 m)
Born: February 8, 1870, Bedford, Indiana, United States
Filmography: Father’s Little Dividend (1951), Madame Bovary (1949), Joan of Arc (1948), The Desert Horseman (1946), The Great John L. (1945), No News Is Good News (1943), This Land Is Mine (1943), The More the Merrier (1943), Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1942), I Married an Angel (1942), Sullivan’s Travels (1941), Marry the Bo$$’$ Daughter (1941), Back in the Saddle (1941), Murder in the Air (1940), The House of the Seven Gables (1940), The Great Victor Herbert (1939), Tom Sawyer, Detective (1938), The Texans (1938), Calling All Doctors (1937), The Toast of New York (1937), You Only Live Once (1937), Come and Get It (1936), The White Angel (1936), Bullets or Ballots (1936), Let’s Sing Again (1936), Flash Gordon (1936/I), The Rainmakers (1935), She Couldn’t Take It (1935), Alimony Aches (1935), Party Wire (1935), Teacher’s Beau (1935), I’ll Love You Always (1935), The Mighty Barnum (1934), Kid Millions (1934), Girl Without a Room (1933), Tillie and Gus (1933), Diplomaniacs (1933), Hello, Everybody! (1933), Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933), The Midnight Warning (1932), His Royal Shyness (1932), So Big! (1932), Speed in the Gay Nineties (1932), Whistlin’ Dan (1932), The Expert (1932), Stepping Sisters (1932), Ambassador Bill (1931), Way Back Home (1931), Caught (1931), The Lone Starved Ranger (1931), I Take This Woman (1931), Spuk um Mitternacht (1931), Behind Office Doors (1931), The Itching Hour (1931), Tom Sawyer (1930), Noche de duendes (1930), The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case (1930), The Bad One (1930), What a Life (1930), The Lone Star Ranger (1930), Courtin’ Wildcats (1929), The Iron Mask (1929), The Faker (1929), Two Tars (1928), The Viking (1928), Greased Lightning (1928), Wheel of Chance (1928), The Man Who Laughs (1928), Two Lovers (1928), The Valley of the Giants (1927), Silver Valley (1927), The Fighting Texan (1927), The First Auto (1927), The Tender Hour (1927), The Silent Rider (1927), Bardelys the Magnificent (1926), Marriage License? (1926), Mantrap (1926), Without Mercy (1925), The Merry Widow (1925), Isn’t Life Terrible? (1925), The Million Dollar Handicap (1925), A Thief in Paradise (1925), A Fool and His Money (1925), Greed (1924), Darwin Was Right (1924), Dante’s Inferno (1924), Excitement (1924), The Man from Wyoming (1924), The Virginian (1923), The Untameable (1923), The Man Who Won (1923), Main Street (1923), Souls for Sale (1923), Suzanna (1923), The Girl I Loved (1923), Brass Commandments (1923), Peg o’ My Heart (1922), The Village Blacksmith (1922/I), Tracked to Earth (1922), Turn to the Right (1922), The Night Horsemen (1921), The Three Musketeers (1921), Big Town Ideas (1921), The Old Swimmin’ Hole (1921), The Man Who Dared (1920), Square Shooter (1920), Sand (1920), Bonnie May (1920), The Last Straw (1920), The Shepherd of the Hills (1919), The Light of the Western Stars (1918), The Grand Passion (1918), The Scarlet Car (1917), ’49-’17 (1917), The Laurel and Hardy Show (1986), Spaceship to the Unknown (1966), Flash Gordon (1936/II).
Astrological Sign: Aquarius
Occupation: Film Actor
Died: August 8, 1952, Los Angeles, California, United States

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